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6-30-2008 @ 8:08PM
I think this is lame. Yes, they don't have a normal rez, but they are the only one's with battle rez capabilities. I'd rather have 2 druids in my party to try and prevent a wipe with battle rez than worry about a corpse run.Now, the rest of us healers can complain that we don't have battle rez.
6-30-2008 @ 8:27PM
Yes, let's complain about an ability that makes druids helpful to have. In that line of thought, why should shamans get a self rez AND a regular rez? It's like a battle rez too. It's not like druids are going to be able to cast this in a fight. All it means is that when the raid or group is recovering from a wipe, the druid healer doesn't have to sit there staring off into space while the other healers are scraping people off the ground.It's about time I say.
7-01-2008 @ 1:00PM
Yes about time. Druids are far to under powered as it is. Shamans are getting all the buffs and then cry cry cry while Druids get sub par upgrades. First lifebloom was nurfed hard and all we want is a comparable res that other healing classes get.
7-01-2008 @ 1:15PM
I agree, Combat Rez > Normal Rez.I'd like to see more classes get combat rez rather than Droods getting a normal rez. Out-of-combat resurrection doesn't help with the battle at all, it's just a convenience.Oh and doesn't the Shaman self-rez have 40 minute cooldown? I think it might be 20 min if you use talents.
7-01-2008 @ 2:08PM
All the other classes already have equivalent abilities, or are getting even more.Priests have Spirit of Redemption, and will be getting Guardian Spirit.Paladins have Lay on Hands and Divine Intervention.Shaman have Reincarnation.Druids have Rebirth, but no normal resurrection spell.None of these abilities are the same in power or scope, but they all serve the same purposes: wipe prevention/recovery.
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